The Writing Institute Published Student Reading

    Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 6:30 PM until 8:30 PMEastern Standard Time

    Sarah Lawrence College
    Barbara Walters Campus Center, Room B
    (corner of Glen Washington Rd. and Kimball Ave.)
    Bronxville, NY 10708
    United States

    Please join The Writing Institute in celebrating our students whose work has recently been published. With book, essay, and story publications, we are proud to host our authors!

    Our readers include:
    Marlena Maduro Baraf  was born and raised in Panama, but chose to leave her native country for the United States in her late teens, gaining  citizenship years later. She worked as a book editor at Harper & Row Publishers and McGraw-Hill Book Company, is a devoted alumna of the Sarah Lawrence Writing Institute, and has established her own design studio. Over the last ten years, Baraf has dedicated herself to the compelling art and craft of writing.

    Liane Kupferberg Carter is a nationally-known writer and advocate for the autism community. She is the author of the memoir, Ketchup is My Favorite Vegetable: A Family Grows Up With Autism, which was named a 2017 Outstanding Book of the Year by the American Society of Journalists and Authors. Her work has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, New York Magazine, Next Avenue, and is forthcoming in Longreads. Liane was a student in Joelle Sander’s workshop “The Art of the Memoir” for several years, which she says gave her the structure and support she needed to see her book through to completion. This past summer, she was a student in Dan Zevin’s workshop “First Person Funny.” Liane received her master’s in journalism from New York University, and a B.A. in English from Brandeis University.

    Paula Fung lives in Rye, along with her husband and three daughters.   She produces a show on public access television, Rye Views and writes personal essays on the things she knows, which are: cooking, sailing, and family life.  Her work has been published at the blog Sailing Anarchy and Read 650 “The Kids are Alright” and “Holidays”. She created and curates Writes & Bites in Rye, a reading salon in her hometown.

    Paula has taken classes at Sarah Lawrence for the past several years, including those instructed by Alexandra Soiseth; Writing from the Chaos of our Lives, Advanced Memoir Workshop, Kathy Curto: Writing in the Deep, The Tiny and the Ordinary, and Pat Dunn; This Weekend you Write your Story.


    Rachel Khanna hold a Bachelor’s Degree from Bryn Mawr College, and a Master’s Degree in political science from Columbia University and began focusing on nutrition and writing after leaving a career in marketing to raise four children.  She a published author who blended French culture and adopted-Indian culture in a cookbook called Live, Eat, Cook Healthy: Simple, fresh and delicious recipes for balanced living.  Think, Eat, Cook Sustainably: 100 Recipes, plus Tips & Ideas for a Healthy Worldis her second cookbook. In addition, she has been working on her fiction writing at the Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College, and has taken courses with Susan Kleinman, Eileen Moskowitz-Palma and Ines Rodriguez, and Jimin Han and Pat Dunn. Rachel is the recipient of an Honorable Mention Award of the Sarah Lawrence Kathryn Gurfein Fellowship in 2017. She currently lives in Connecticut with her husband, four daughters, four dogs, and two cats.

    Alice Campbell Romano grew up in the Hudson Highlands. She lived in Rome, where she was a respected script doctor and translator; she and her Italian husband moved to Los Angeles; and now, children grown, to New York State in the house her grandpa built in 1920. Deep roots. Alice is finishing a chapbook at the Hudson Valley Writers Center. Her first novel got off to a running start in Marcia Bradley’s Beginning Novel workshop at Sarah Lawrence Writing Institute; completed, it was well-critiqued during Pat Dunn’s Advanced Novel workshop. Alice first stepped into The Writing Institute stream with Steve Lewis; his classes, plus transformative days in Cetara—for the first SLC workshop in 2017 and the most recent in 2019—inspired flash fiction and poetry. Her fiction, poetry, and reviews have been published in print journals and on-line. She was a finalist for the Atlanta Review’s International Poetry Competition. Grandma is a good job too. Shown here, she communicates with one of the twins born to Julia Romano Gray — week-old namesake Alice Campbell Gray. 


    Writing is a wonderful albeit sometimes solitary life choice. At The Writing Institute we come together as a community to honor our many voices and revel in the joy of sharing time with each other. We hope to see you. Refreshments will be served.
     
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